(USA Features) A new survey found that a majority of likely voters believe that President Joe Biden is taking credit for initiatives begun under former President Donald Trump.
A new Zogby poll provided to the Washington Examiner found that likely voters believe that by a 49%-37% margin.
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“Almost half (49%) of surveyed voters believe President Biden is taking credit for some of Trump’s accomplishments, mainly, vaccine rollout/distribution and the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, while 37% of voters thought Biden accomplished the vaccine rollout and withdrawal of American troops all on his own; 14% were not sure,” pollster John Zogby said.
“During Biden’s first six months in office he has been overseeing a mediocre vaccine rollout, and he also called for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan,” Zogby continued.
“Depending on who you ask, one has to wonder if Biden’s taking some of the credit away from former President Trump for these particular feats,” he continued.
“To Trump’s credit, he established Operation Warp Speed, passed the first stimulus bill, and was also first to publicly call for the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, for which he was met with opposition from both sides of the aisle and the military establishment.”
An analysis of the polling broke down the numbers further.
“The sub-groups most likely to think President Biden was taking credit for Trump’s accomplishments were voters living in the South (52%) and Central Great Lakes regions (53%), aged 65+ (61%), men (57%), rural voters (67%), Republicans (76%), voters whose annual household income is $150K+ (53%), consumers-weekly Walmart shoppers (54%), White voters (55%), and Baby Boomers (55%),” it said.
“The sub-groups most likely to think Biden achieved these feats on his own were East and West region voters (42%), Democrats (57%), African Americans (52%), small city voters (44%), younger voters aged 18-29 (40%) and 18-24 (41%), women (41%), large city voters (46%), and urban women (50%),” it added.